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Saturday, April 23, 2011

Guidelines on Being a Vegetarian

By Amanda Gamdana

Being a vegetarian is still something of a conversation killer even in today's health conscious society. You can expect many uninformed skeptical comments from friends and relatives if you intend to become a vegetarian whether it is for economic, religious, animal or health reasons. It may be that you have decided purely for health reasons to become a vegetarian. It is unfortunate that while a healthy diet, there are certain nutrients that can only be obtained from animal produce.

Children often benefit from a vegetarian diet because many animal products contain preservatives and hormones and this limits their exposure. You would be wise to carry out some research before placing your child on a vegetarian diet to ensure they receive a suitably nutritious intake.

A vegetarians diet with involves regular servings of fruit, vegetables and whole grains is known to be healthy. This type of diet would help address many of the health concerns which surround obesity because it helps eliminate excess amounts of protein and animal fats found in the standard diet. Other health advantages of a vegetarian diet are that it is normally low in cholesterol and fat.

A high fiber vegetarian diet doesn't stay as long in your digestive system and nor does it take as long to produce in comparison to growing meat. In our distant past, people hardly ever ate meat, if at all, so being a vegetarian would be our normal state. If you are in a restaurant though it is worth checking exactly what their vegetarian option contains as there are different definitions to what vegetarian is, even today!

Interesting facts relating to the vegetarian diet have been found after research. Scientific studies carried out on the effects that meat has on people has caused increasing numbers to become vegetarian. There is also, for instance, a 50% less chance that a vegetarian will develop heart disease. We also know now from studies that many people have been vegetarian at some point in there life.

It is in America today where the health benefits of being a vegetarian would be most keenly noticed. Eating meat is quite normal and enjoyable to many people so you can understand the difficulty there is in converting people to a vegetarian diet. However, if you decide to change your life and improve your health situation, it must be for the right reason and if you only consider a vegetarian diet to be a meat replacement, you will be disappointed.

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